ICMAD To Redouble Efforts For Small Business On Capitol Hill
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
ICMAD is working to develop a system for obtaining early warnings of cosmetics-related state legislation so that it can effectively organize to fight further state-level initiatives launched by the Environmental Working Group and other activist organizations.
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